JUST IN: Sons Of The Flag Endowment For Burn Care Supplies Is Established At Parkland Health And Hospital System

Over the years Parkland Health and Hospital has become renowned for being the only adult and pediatric center in North Texas verified by the American Burn Association. In addition to its reputation for its specialized treatments, it has provided it for those who are uninsured. Yesterday afternoon, the Sons of the Flag established the Sons of the Flag Endowment for Burn Care … [Read more...]

MySweet2017Goals: Ryan “Birdman” Parrott

According to Sons of the Flag Founder Ryan “Birdman” Parrott, “My personal goal is plain and simple. Be the best new dad I can be in 2017. Son is 4 months old currently. “Two business goals are Complete Operation Miracle Jump for the Birds Eye View Project and grow Sons of the Flag to a national charity covering down on more burn survivors than previous years.” * Photo … [Read more...]

MySweetCharity Opportunity: 2016 Stars And Stripes Luncheon And Film Festival

According to 2016 Stars And Stripes Luncheon And Film Festival Chairman Mary Humphreys Parker, “I am honored to be asked to chair the 2016 Stars And Stripes Luncheon and Film Festival and have the upmost respect for former Navy SEAL and founder Ryan “Birdman" Parrott. His dedication to our country and veterans is remarkable. And to see what he has done in a few short … [Read more...]

Round Robin October 29: 16th Annual Mission Ole And Stars And Stripes Film Festival Sponsors Party

Thursday, October 29, proved to once again return Thursday to its status as the busiest day of the week. Earlier in the day there were The Dallas Opera’s First Sight luncheon and fashion show at the Winspear and Mosaic’s 5th Annual Partners and Possibilities Luncheon at the Addison Conference and Theatre Center north of town. That was just the warm up for the evening’s … [Read more...]

Wednesday Belongs To A Very Special Group Of People

If you don’t know a veteran, you’ve got 24 hours to find one. They’re remarkable folks, who served the U.S. in some capacity and Wednesday is Veterans Day. It’s the day when the country takes time to appreciate the sacrifices made by those serving in the military. The weather forecast calls for the possibility of showers for the Dallas Veterans Day Parade, but what’s a … [Read more...]